Archive for Meetings

Bushfire Recovery Events Update

 

Sunday 12 July 2009
Sustainable Building Workshop
The Murrindindi Climate Network in partnership with the Moreland Energy Foundation is hosting the second in a series of sustainable building workshops to provide information on the different options available for rebuilding after the fires.
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12noon – 5.00pm 
Kinglake West Hall
1055 Kinglake-Whittlesea Rd
Kinglake West    

10, 11 & 12 July 2009
Bush to Beach Retreat for Woman
We are excited to announce a weekend retreat for women affected by the 7 February bushfires to the Cumberland 5 Star Resort in Lorne, Victoria.
This weekend is run by local women for local women and supported by VBRRA.
It will be entertaining, inspirational, educational and FUN.
To register and for all enquires phone: 0414 255 384  
Lorne, Victoria    

Saturday 18 July 2009
Rebuilding Expo
The Shire of Yarra Ranges is hosting an expo to provide residents (bushfire affected and others considering reno-vation) with the opportunity to speak to building experts, local contractors and suppliers to assist them through the rebuilding process.
Murrindindi Residents Welcome
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10.00am – 4.00pm 
Lilydale Showgrounds
27 – 29 Market St
Lilydale
Mel Ref 38 E4    

Sunday 19 July 2009
Community Recovery Plan Workshop
Flowerale Recovery Committee invites the community to discuss a long-term community recovery plan. 
11.00am 
Flowerdale Community Hall    

Sunday 19 July 2009
Remake Kinglake
Your chance to shape the design of our townships, economy and environment. 
10.00am – 4.00pm 
Kinglake Ranges Basketball Stadium
and Community Centre
Exton’s Rd
Kinglake    

Sunday 23 August – Wednesday 26 August 2009
Camp Phoenix
Camp Phoenix is a retreat for Australian burn survivors and their families, that provides opportunities to share experiences in a safe, fun and friendly environment.
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Camp Wilkin, Anglesea, Victoria   

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Nillumbik Recovery Community Bulletin

Once a week, Nillumbik Shire Council produces a bushfire recovery community bulletin which is distributed throughout the Shire, providing our residents with the most up-to-date information available on bushfire recovery, community meetings, financial assistance, public health information and more.

Click here for the latest issue:

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St Andrews Recovery Committee Report

The St Andrews Recovery Committee meets weekly on Thursday afternoons at the St Andrews Tennis Club. They are working hard to develop the path towards incorporation. A public meeting will be held on Sunday, 14 June at 3.00pm at the St Andrews Reserve Hall. All residents of St Andrews and those with a significant interest in the bushfire recovery process at St Andrews are invited to attend.

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Community Information Session.

‘How people  and communities react and recover after the fires’ –  with Dr Rob Gordon

Dr Rob Gordon, consultant to the Red Cross and  the Victorian Emergency Recovery Plan, is an expert in helping communities affected by emergencies. Since Ash Wednesday, Rob has worked alongside many Victorian & Australian communities experiencing major disasters including fires, floods and cyclones. Please join Rob in discussing how we react to and recover from traumatic events. All age groups are encouraged to attend

VENUES
St Andrews Hall
Proctor Street, St Andrews

8th April 2009 – 7pm

Arthurs Creek Hall
906 Arthurs Creek Road

15th April 2009 – 7pm

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Community Meeting of High Importance

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There will be a community meeting held next Monday 30/3/2009 at the St Andrews CFA starting at 7.30pm to keep the community updated on all information available in the recovery phase of the fires. At this community meeting there will be a call for expressions of interest in forming a recovery committee. This committee will be of limited numbers to allow it to be of workable numbers. A facilitator will assist the community in narrowing the applicants to a number of around 8-10 members for the committee. There will be many opportunities for those not on the committee to have input through their fields of expertise which will be needed. The incoming committee will also be required to set up terms of reference for the recovery committee.

There appears to be some local belief that a recovery committee has already been formed, this is not the case, those community members currently meeting are simply an interim group, formed through community networks, to keep lines of communications open between the community and shire and other official groups with a vested interest in our area.

It is sincerely hoped that you will be able to attend this meeting and have your opportunity to have a voice in our community recovery.

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